Home Going Service for Mabel Jones… Monday September 8, 2014  10:00 AM  at  Second Macedonia Baptist  1301 Ruscomb St.  Phila., PA. 19141



Sunday Sept. 15,2013  National Back to Church Sunday

Saturday, June 22, 2013  Pastor’s 1st Anniversary Banquet

Saturday, June 15, 2013 Scholarship Committee’s NY trip

Saturday, June 8,2013  Bucket Brigade 10:00 AM

Sunday, May 26, 2013  Memorial Tribute

Sun. May 19, 2013  Pentecost     10:30 AM Worship

Saturday, May 18, 2013  Dance Theater of Harlem

Sunday May 12, 2013  Mother’s Day

Grammy winning legendary trumpeter Hugh Masakela at the Annenberg. contact Bro. Davis for tickets by Apr. 7


Good Friday             “The Seven Last Words” 7:00 PM

Friday, March 29, 2013     at the church 17th & Fitzwater Sts. Phila., Pa.

Dress Casual

Sunday, February 17th “Show Your Love” Worship  ServiceSaturday, February 2  We visit the Arden Theater for the production Cinderella

Wesley in Washington

Friends and family of the First Colored Wesley Methodist Church spent a lovely day in Washington D.C. cruising down the Potomac and marveling at the statue of icon.

It was the Scholarship Committee’s “Martin on the Mall” day trip, an event to raise money to support Wesley students.

The day’s main attraction was a stop at the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. monument on the National Mall, but the seriousness of that moment was buffered by fun times. We dined. We danced. We shopped.

Our enthusiastic group took off from Washington Avenue at about 7:30 a.m. and we enjoyed a showing of “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection” while we traveled down I95. By 10:45 a.m., we were at the dock preparing to board for our luncheon cruise on the Spirit of  Washington. We had to stop our second movie “Joyful Noise” in mid-shout.

Seated in our floating restaurant, we looked out at the monuments of the nation’s capital. We dined on a fresh salad bar, tilapia with lobster cream, herb roasted chicken, apricot-glazed pork loin, three-cheese pasta al forno, garlic mashed potatoes and a dessert trio. One  word. Yum.

Our cruise deejay kept the mood poppin’ with a dance contest (Rev. Edmonson’s grand daughter Diamond was a contestant) and then nearly all of Wesley poured out on the dance floor for the line dances. Two words. Electric Slide.

(Click here for a glimpse of the boat: )

Then, it was on to see Martin. The $120 million monument was dedicated on Oct. 16, 2011. Chinese sculptor Lei Yixin created the statue that shows Dr. King seemingly stepping out of “a stone of hope.” The statute’s towering size symbolizes Dr. King’s monumental contribution to the nation.

(Click here for the monument website: )

(Click here to hear President Obama’s remarks at the dedication:

After about 45 minutes with Dr. King, it was on to some discount shopping. We hopped on the bus for Arundel Mills mall in Hanover, Maryland. Stores included Off Fifth, J. Crew, Best Buy, Coach, and more and more and more.

Click here for the store  rundown: )

Then, we boarded our bus for the trip back to South Philly. On the way, it was more Tyler Perry, this time  it was “ Tyler Perry’s I Don’t Want to Do Wrong.” When we stepped off the bus on Washington Ave., we were tired, but it was a good tired.

To sum it up: the weather was beautiful (70s in October); the company was great; the food was tasty and the Lord blessed.

See you in June for “Motown: the Musical.”

Sun. Dec. 16th Church Family Christmas Dinner


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